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... you can only get to on foot so not very busy. The main appreciation I got from these memorials is how proud Americans are of their history. The memorials are all quite powerful and you can learn a fair bit if you spend the time reading the walls. Arlington cemetery I had seen pictures of this place on television and really wanted to see it with my own eyes. It is the biggest cemetery I have ever seen. Very military with uniform grave placement and head stones. I ...
... million to cover the cost of the repair work. Most of the repair work has now been completed. I can't stress enough that this is a Washington DC MUST SEE (regardless of your religious affiliation, or not)! My pictures can not do it justice - it's sheer scale makes that virtually impossible!
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... White House & I was expecting a typical visitors centre but once inside it was full of historical displays & a model of the White House & a interactive display where you could view inside the house. I'm glad we saw the model because when we got to peak at the real thing through a high iron fence we could only see a fraction of it! The wings weren't visible at all due to trees & shrubs & most of the house front was covered with what ...
... in a friendly competition with the west coast guys to see who can grow the best pot!”
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When we were in Maine we came across the Fryeburg Fall Fair - a small town America rite of passage. You could not miss it. There were hundreds of thousands of cars and trucks and people...all clogging up this tiny little town. Everyone and his dog was going to the fair. So of course we went.... and it was a blast! Produce displays, flower ...
... to close the doors and not actually the level we wanted to go to so we had in fact not moved!
That afternoon we went on the hunt to find the Star Spangled Banner Flag (whose “broad stripes and bright stars” inspired Francis Scott Key to write a song that eventually became the United States national anthem). However we never ended up finding it as they have 19 museums and we ended up going in the wrong one. We did ...